Author: Alex Lauderdale

Here’s How Much Time You’ll Waste Commuting in Your Lifetime (by City)

Commuting is the most stressful part of the day for many people. It’s like a recurring nightmare — day after day, week after week, year after year spent sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic, stuck behind the wheel instead of spending time with family and friends doing the things you love. It takes a serious toll on the mind and body and on relationships. Not to mention, it can be seriously damaging to your health, leading to headaches, backaches, sleep problems, fatigue, mental health problems, and more. The worst part? Commute times are only getting worse all across the country. In the...

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iDriveSafely Coupon Code July 2018: Drivers Ed and Defensive Driving Promos and Discounts

When it comes to online traffic schools, iDriveSafely is a name countless people have trusted. iDriveSafely offers a full selection of driving courses, including online drivers ed, defensive driving, and more. This is a fully online traffic school, making it convenient and easy to learn. With so many great reviews, it’s no wonder that many people are interested in getting an iDriveSafely coupon code. Before we discuss the latest iDriveSafely promo codes and discounts, let’s go over a few things we really love about this online traffic school. All classes are fully online — no going to a classroom, no textbooks The classes...

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Tesla Would Need to Immediately Increase Model 3 Production Rate by 391% to Meet Original 2018 Target

data sources: Bloomberg, Tesla Two years ago, Elon Musk proclaimed that Tesla Motors would produce 500,000 all-electric vehicles in 2018, with the highly anticipated Model 3 accounting for about 400,000 of that enthusiastic projection according to some estimates. While some had faith in Musk’s ambitious plan (shares of the company jumped more than 5% after the announcement), many analysts expressed serious doubts that the company would be able to reach its lofty target. It’s no secret that in the two years that have followed Tesla has struggled mightily to get production of its Model 3 car up and running smoothly....

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The Fastest Speed Limit in Each US State

Are higher speed limits linked with more accidents and more deaths on the road? Nearly 45 years ago, President Nixon signed into law the National Maximum Speed Limit, a mandate that put the maximum speed limit in the United States at 55 miles per hour (mph). At the time, it was an attempt to curb gasoline consumption in response to the 1973 oil crisis, but many have argued the laws also helped improve highway safety. A little over two decades ago, the law was revoked, and since that time, speed limits across the US have climbed higher and higher. As...

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